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"Hi Evan, Thanks for the personal welcome note. Would it be appropriate for me to call attention to your new website on my "energyfolks" email list (with about 3000 members)? If so, could you write a short paragraph that I could just…"
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At 7:48am on December 6, 2010, Diane Chojnowski said…
Hi Gil,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros! Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

Diane, HEPros Moderator
At 5:05pm on December 5, 2010, Evan Mills said…
Welcome Gil - great to see you here!
 
 
 

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